Mallard once again demonstrates his utter ignorance in all things related to math.
Prior to passage of HCR, it is true, a majority of Americans were not in favor of passage. But any honest (I know, I know) evaluation of the numbers would recognize that among those opposed some respondents opposed because they didn't feel it went far enough (12% in the poll cited in that article). A majority are in favor of reform, however.
This has been, of course, further borne out by post-passage polling.
Mallard, however, remains ignorant (if we give him the benefit of the doubt) and a lying hack (if we don't).
That said, kudos for the crucial use of the word "taxpayers" in that last sentence. No doubt Mallard will soon claim that, among taxpayers (as opposed to the slothful rest of us), health care reform polls abysmally. It won't be true, but why would that stop Mallard?